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Thread: Display List Referencing

  1. #1
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    Display List Referencing

    Hi

    I had some help on this the other day which was very useful but my project has changed a bit since then.

    I have a container movieclip called cont_mc then inside that I have a series of pins which are called pin1_mc then inside the pins I have a final movie clip the size of the pin head to act as the hit state.

    You can see what I talking about here:

    http://www.qwerty-design.co.uk/bensons/forum.html

    Before I had the pins in the container movie clip I was able to bump them to the top of the display list using this code in the on over function.

    this.setChildIndex(event.target.parent, this.numChildren-1);

    Now I have wrapped them in the container mc this code no longer works and I get an error, must be a child of the caller?

    How can I change this?

  2. #2
    try

    Code:
    cont_mc.setChildIndex(event.target.parent, event.target.parent.parent.numChildren-1);

  3. #3
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    Thanks!!, that worked like a charm.

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